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  • DStv partnership in Mozambique brings solar power to rural areasDStv partnership in Mozambique brings solar power to rural areas
    Fenix Mozambique inaugurates Nampula branch in collaboration with FUNAE and DStv. Fenix has rapidly grown operations as a subsidiary of ENGIE, enabling the company to scale off-grid energy and financial services across new markets. Read more... | Send to a friend Read more »
  • Our energy revolution needs the government's sparkOur energy revolution needs the government's spark
    Image source: Getty/Gallo</span>We stand on the brink of an energy revolution. As a country, we need to seize this opportunity to really make it work. In order to do that we need collaborative thinking and action from both the government and industry. Read more... | Send to a friend Read more »
  • Circular cities of the world: What can green infrastructure do?Circular cities of the world: What can green infrastructure do?
    More than half of the world's population currently lives in cities while projections show an increase to two thirds by 2050. Many people living in small areas means large amounts of waste, high resource consumption and loads of energy use. We can combat these issues with the ideas behind the… Read more »
  • Perdekraal East Wind Farm erects first turbine using local teamPerdekraal East Wind Farm erects first turbine using local team
    Perdekraal East Wind Farm's first wind turbine has been erected, using a dominantly South African team. Read more... | Send to a friend Read more »
  • Global investment in renewables to hit $2.6trnGlobal investment in renewables to hit $2.6trn
    Image source: Getty/Gallo</span>Global investment in new renewable energy capacity this decade - 2010 to 2019 inclusive - is on course to hit $2.6trn, with more gigawatts of solar power capacity installed than any other generation technology. Read more... | Send to a friend Read more »
  • How Kenya's mega wind power project is hurting communitiesHow Kenya's mega wind power project is hurting communities
    Lake Turkana Wind Power turbines. LTW</span>Kenya recently launched the Lake Turkana Wind Power project, Africa's largest wind energy project and the biggest public-private investment in Kenyan history. The wind farm will produce 300MW of low-cost renewable energy for Kenya's national grid. Read more... | Send to a friend Read more »
  • Total working to close the gender gap in SA's agriculture, forestry, fishery and mining industriesTotal working to close the gender gap in SA's agriculture, forestry, fishery and mining industries
    In South Africa, the agriculture, forestry, fishery and mining industries are categorised as the primary economic sectors. These are essentially industries that rely on South Africa's natural resources to function. Total South Africa has been well invested in these sectors from its inception in 1954 and the company's South African… Read more »
  • Airline passengers can reduce up to 80% of their CO2 emissionsAirline passengers can reduce up to 80% of their CO2 emissions
    Image source: [[www.gettyimages.com Gallo/Getty]]</span>Lufthansa Innovation Hub has launched its new Compensaid sustainability platform sustainability, which will make it possible for travellers to offset their individual carbon footprint using Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF). This represents passengers an entirely new approach to offsetting CO2with SAF in a transparent way. Read more... |… Read more »
  • Eswatini moves forward with renewable energy plansEswatini moves forward with renewable energy plans
    Maguga Dam is one of the hydro power projects in Eswatini</span>The Kingdom of Eswatini's reliance on imported power from its neighbours - Mozambique and South Africa - will be reduced after it issued a request for the qualification and development for a 40MW solar PV plant and a 40MW biomass-to-energy… Read more »
  • Senegal on the cusp of an energy renaissanceSenegal on the cusp of an energy renaissance
    Greater Tortue Ahmeyim LNG development. Photo credit: BP</span>After decades of struggles against a deficient power generation system, Senegal is now at the verge of a paradigmatic shift that could put many of its troubles to rest. Read more... | Send to a friend Read more »

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